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PURAN GEHLOT Apr 17
🕯🕯🕯🕯🙏🙏🙏 a great genius person 🏝🌐🌍
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Bristol University Feb 4
Today we're celebrating a record funding boost of over £50 million to train the next generation of researchers. 🙌 This will help fund 9 Centres for Doctoral Training! 📚 More here: … …
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Danielle Davis Nov 26
I always try to think of out of the box with new material. We did a “glow with graphing” lesson about motion graphs. The kids were 😱😱😱🤯🤯
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Jazmin Scarlett Jan 28
Hi 👋🏽 Just a random reminder that social science is just as valid as physical science and as someone who uses both in my research: both together make such sweet music
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Diana Delaney Jan 12
Goals! My head is spinning with ideas from book Conceptual Understanding. But first would like to collaborate with other teachers in writing conceptual questions related to
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Amy Griffin 16 Mar 18
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Tina McNally 9 Feb 18
Couldn’t be more proud of my 1st period students. Introduced the topic of projectile motion, set out materials and told them to create a lab. They didn’t hesitate..started brainstorming, wrote out procedures and did the lab!!
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PalmyraSTEM Mar 14
Kudos to our hardworking teacher Val Carroll for integrating concepts with her EL students!
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Taylor Rose Aug 1
Going to try out a new teaching style this year... on a quest to create a student centered classroom... one where my students are learning because they WANT to and not because they HAVE to.
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Kadir Jun Ayhan (한준) Mar 2
, any suggestions for or shows that are informative, interesting and not too technical (that I can understand while driving) about different aspects of life, particularly , , , and .
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Mrs. Amanda Tidwell Mar 20
Exploring heat production to kick off our thermal energy unit and discovering what happens when water is added to laundry detergent
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Tina McNally 26 Mar 18
Here’s a sampling of the chemical bonding projects done by my students. There was a children’s book, various digital presentations as well. We had a gallery walk and they evaluated each other’s work. The feedback given was very insightful. .
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Coach B Donatucci ❤️ 17 Apr 18
Our solar system mobiles are out of this world 🌎
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Kym Harjes-Velez Nov 12
When maple syrup spills on a highway...it’s a sticky situation! Exciting kick-off to our physical science unit today as we made & collected observations
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Beth Rhyne Nov 20
Working with a partner to Walk/Talk/Solve problems using W=fd in ⁩ Incorporating movement and talking to help Ss master using Math & Science.
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kindnessandkinders May 4
challenge starting today! We’ll use the engineering design process to construct roller coasters that a marble can “ride” on. Then, we’ll demonstrate our knowledge of kinetic and potential energy as we show off our masterpieces!
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Abbie Goldbach Feb 26
Big shout out to for the free racecar materials! This was a great wrap up encapsulating energy, speed, & LOTS of student collaboration.
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Mandy Hill 12 Apr 18
Investigating potential energy transferring into kinetic energy.. which size steel ball will travel the furthest distance down a ramp?!
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Mr. Freeman 17 Apr 18
Applying Newton's Laws to design,construct, and evaluate a marble maze that will take the marble the longest time to travel 1 meter.
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MySciLife 26 Mar 18
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